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Anna Camp In Self-Portrait - ‘Goodbye To All That’ Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

Anna Camp attended the ‘Goodbye To All That’ premiere during the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival held at the SVA Theatre on Thursday (April 17) in New York City alongside Heather Graham.

Working a sweet springtime look, the actress wore a Self-Portrait white lattice, eyelet dress with point d’esprit sleeves and a pointy collar.

With a fitted waist and a full, layered skirt creating a dramatic outline, she added a gorgeous pair of coral pumps to her look.

The look needed little else, so I am not a fan of the white-pearl-and-gold-confetti Edie Parker clutch with this look.

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Posted by Catherine Kallon on April 18th, 2014 In: Anna Camp, Premiere, Self-Portrait, Tribeca Film Festival

Heather Graham In Robert Rodriguez - 'Goodbye To All That' Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

Heather Graham attended the ‘Goodbye To All That’ premiere during the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival held at the SVA Theatre on Thursday (April 17) in New York City.

The actress wore a tangy Robert Rodriguez Spring 2014 cotton dress which is highly detailed with netting, eyelets, embroidery and topstitching, all culminating in a beautiful drop-waist design; however, I am not crazy about the colour on her.

Even if I hadn’t seen the black or white versions of this dress (both of which I much prefer – especially the black), I find the orange unappealing and too harsh for Heather’s colouring.

She would’ve looked amazing in the black with strappy sandals; sadly, it was the orange with black Casadei pumps.

Robert Rodriguez Kuba Embroidered Dress - White

You can buy Heather’s Robert Rodriguez Kuba Embroidered Dress in white from
Shopbop.com, Revolve Clothing, Piperlime, Nordstrom and MatchesFashion.com

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Amanda Peet In Band of Outsiders - 'Trust Me' Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

Amanda Peet attended the screening of ‘Trust Me’ during the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival at BMCC Tribeca PAC in New York City on Saturday evening.

The actress donned a Band of Outsiders Fall 2013 menswear-inspired frock.

Her striped navy blazer dress with peaked shoulders was styled with thick black tights, black pumps and a Smythson black suede clutch with a gold trim.

From the runway, the look is supposed to be oversized, but on Amanda it looks too big and heavy.

My wish for this look is that Amanda would’ve opted for a lighter-denier pair of tights, as presented on the runway, and that she had worn her hair back off her shoulders.

Do you have any objections with regards to this look?

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Kate Hudson In Jenny Packham - 'Reluctant Fundamentalist' Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

Kate Hudson attended the ‘Reluctant Fundamentalist’ premiere during the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on Monday evening.

It’s not often we see a knit dress on the red carpet, but Kate rocked this white knee-length cable-knit Jenny Packham frock from the Fall 2013 collection.

Of course, this isn’t just any old knit dress; this one was fully embellished to ensure it wasn’t only her beauty and smile dazzling on the red carpet.

Casadei ivory pumps and a black Jimmy Choo ‘Carmen’ clutch completed her look.

Kate is on a roll at the moment. I think she pulls off this knit dress.

Do you?

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Naomi Watts In Alexander McQueen - 'Sunlight Jr' Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

When Naomi Watts attended the world premiere of her film, ‘Sunlight Jr.,’ with co-star Matt Dillon at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City, she did her part to keep the pattern-and-prints trend alive and well.

The actress walked the red carpet in a stained-glass-printed Autumn/Winter dress by Alexander McQueen, matched with a pair of triangular Monique Péan earrings and a blood-orange clutch.

The look takes a step in the wrong direction when it comes to the shoes, though. I wasn’t in love with these heavy black platforms, as a lighter, more vivacious shoe would have played much nicer with the kaleidoscope pattern of the dress.

Naomi also adopted the less-is-more beauty approach, with hardly any evidence of makeup and barely-styled hair.

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